Sentence Examples


  • However, Nike shoes are, overall, a good buy and so long as you don't avoid buying your daughter something rough-and-tumble just because it seems to be "for boys only," you'll be doing well for your child's feet and psyche.
  • Students might prefer the rough-and-tumble quality of sturdy canvas, which stands up well to wear and tear, handles heavy loads with ease and still manages to look quite polished.
  • Though the boot appears quite weather-beaten and rough-and-tumble on its leather bottom, it exudes plenty of sauciness up above thanks to its wide animal-print cuff.
  • If you want to emulate the rough-and-tumble adventures shown on SUV commercials, this may be the right vehicle for you.
  • Traditionally, boys' and girls' toys have often been contrasted as being "rough-and-tumble" versus "nurturing."